Lady Gaga - Born This Way


    "Born This Way" is the lead single and title track by American recording artist Lady Gaga from her upcoming second studio album Born This Way. The song was released for radio airplay on February 11, 2011. She first performed the song live at the 53rd Grammy. It was a runaway success, peaking at number one in 13 countries, including debuting at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100, only the 19th song to do so.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Adele - Someone Like You


    "Someone Like You" is the second single by English singer-songwriter Adele from her second studio album 21. Released on February 15, 2011, the song has been positively received by music critics. After she performed the song live at the 2011 BRIT Awards, it peaked at number one on the UK Singles Chart, making it her first number one in the UK.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Chris Medina - What Are Words


    "What Are Words" is a single by Chris Medina, a castoff from American Idol Season 10. The song was released on iTunes on February 25, 2011, the day after his televised elimination during Hollywood Week. Medina auditioned for the tenth season of American Idol for his fiance, Juliana Ramos, who suffered from a brain injury due to a car accident in October 2009.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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For The Things We Try To Keep Inside, Find Their Way Out In The Dark Of The Night

    One of my favourite tracks from last year was an eerily pretty synth-pop tune called "Talking Like I'm Falling Down Stairs" by local band Sparkadia. That song struck me as a bizarre cross between The Cure's "Lullaby" and Nelly Furtado's "Say It Right" - which sounds rotten on paper but actually worked rather brilliantly. The same goes for the band's new single "China", the second from their soon to be released sophomore album "The Great Impression". If I had to describe it, I'd go with T'Pau meets Hurts with a bit of 80s power ballad thrown in for good measure. But before you say fuck no! give it a listen. I love the juxtaposition of the booming chorus against almost clinically depressed verses and the lyrics are genuinely beautiful. It's as pretty as it is morose and gets more amazing with each listen. "Talking Like I'm Falling Down Stairs" peaked at #59 (not bad at all given that it was only played by one radio station), so I'm hoping for bigger and better things this time around. Unfortunately, the video - below - is a bit of a mess. I'm sure they didn't have a lot of cash to splash around, so all I'll say is that Alex looks hot in the clip and I can't wait to see them rock the Metro in April! Download "China" from iTunes now.

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Wynter's Mardi Gras Anthem

    Do you remember when Sydney's Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras used to have a different theme song every year? Most of them were pretty crap but occasionally they got it right - Dannii's "Everlasting Night" and Robyn Loau's camp Chaka Kahn cover "Never Miss The Water" both spring to mind. Well, it's that time of year again and Mardi Gras has decided to revive the tradition by roping in the services of party performer Wynter Gordon. And the stunning diva has outdone herself. "Pride (Putting It Out There)" has been floating around the net in demo form for quite some time but it has been polished to perfection for the Gras. I love the massive chorus and so 90s it hurts main room house influence. There are also inspiring lyrics about being yourself and a typically powerful vocal. The roof of the RHI will explode when Wynter belts out this uplifting anthem. I can't wait! It should be pointed out, however, that this is NOT the follow up to "Dirty Talk". That song will debut in the next couple of weeks. "Pride (Putting It Out There)" is just a gift to the gays while Neon Records sorts out single number two. Give Wynter's Mardi Gras anthem a listen below and keep an eye out for it on iTunes. It should be available to download in the next few days.

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Mike Posner - Bow Chicka Wow Wow (feat. Lil Wayne)

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Belinda's Shot Of Dopamina

    As you may already know from my "honourable mentions" post, I'm currently putting the finishing touches to my extremely belated best singles of 2010 countdown. One song that features high on that list is Belinda's exquisite "Dopamina". I thought the Mexican diva's modern classic was released late last year but the video has just appeared on YouTube, so either I was hallucinating or it's getting a well deserved re-release. Either way I'm thrilled beautiful Belinda has pulled her finger out and filmed something to promote one of the best pop songs in recent memory. "Dopamina" was written by a pair of Swedes (Jörgen Ringqvist and Daniel Barkman) best known for crafting hits for Scandipop acts like Charlotte Perrelli, Magnus Carlsson and Pernilla Wahlgren. Which probably accounts for the song's atomic bomb of a chorus and decidely European sound. I love everything about this - from the quirky lyrics to the Eurovision ready production. And happily, the video does "Dopamina" justice. It's all a bit weird - Belinda rolls around on blue apples, sings into a skull and is stalked by a man with a crow's head - but I think that passes for normal in Mexico. She looks absolutely gorgeous and I love her crazy eyes! There isn't an average song - let alone a bad one - on the diva's stunning "Carpe Diem" album but this is its crowning glory and the perfect introduction to Mexico's princess of pop. Revel in the glory of "Dopamina" below.

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Rob Thomas - Someday

Queen Ke$ha Strikes Again

    Ke$ha is the best thing to happen to popular music since the birth of La Toya Jackson. High praise indeed but well deserved. I love this woman so much. She's like a character from a John Waters movie come to life - only with the voice of a drug fucked angel and a batch of killer pop tunes! The divine diva's latest triumph is a breathtakingly brilliant video for her future worldwide number one smash "Blow". I was initially sceptical about the song's selection as the second single from "Cannibal" - I would have gone with the title track or "C U Next Tuesday" - but the film clip has completely changed my mind. It begins with Ke$ha explaining how she was elected to parliament in Uzbekistan, while drinking champagne with unicorns. And it just gets weirder from there. There's an amazing cameo from James Van Der Beek (who looks a million times hotter now than he did on Dawson's Creek), a shoot out with rainbow coloured blood and the best dialogue to grace a music video since Beyoncé's scene stealing performance in "Telephone". Katie Holmes and Michelle Williams must be so jealous. Sure, one of them married for a lot of money and the other is an Oscar nominated actress but James now has a Ke$ha video on his resume. Winner! Watch this masterpiece in all its glory below.

    Oh and while I'm on the topic of K Dollar, just a reminder to buy her amazingly titled remix album "I Am The Dance Commander + I Command You To Dance: The Remix Album" on March 22. It's worth buying for the stunning cover alone and the fabulous (not so) new track "F**k Him He's A DJ" - which leaked two years ago. Here's the full tracklist:

    1. Blow (Cirkut Remix)
    2. The Sleazy Remix (feat. Andre 3000)
    3. TiK Tok Untold Remix
    4. F**k Him He’s A DJ
    5. Animal Switch Remix
    6. Your Love Is My Drug Dave Audé Club Remix
    7. We R Who We R Fred Falke Club Remix
    8. Take It Off Billboard Remix
    9. TiK Tok Chuck Buckett’s Veruca Salt Remix
    10. Blah Blah Blah (feat. 3OH!3) DJ Skeet Skeet Radio Remix


    I can't believe I get to see this holy goddess live in concert in less than two weeks!

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Ke$ha - Blow


    "Blow" is the second single by American recording artist and songwriter Ke$ha, from her first extended play (EP), Cannibal. Released on February 8, 2011, the song portrays a message of having a good time at a club. It has so far reached #32 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Best Singles Of 2010 - Honourable Mentions

    So it's almost March and I still haven't posted my best singles of 2010. Whoops. The good news is that I'm almost finished. With any luck I'll have it done by the end of next week but until then here are the songs that just missed the cut. It killed me to ditch some of these stunning classics but, in retrospect, 2010 was an amazing year for pop music - well, at least for singles - and a track had to be nothing less than a genre defining masterpiece to make my countdown. But that's no slight against the runners up. I love all 157 of these anthems and highly recommend adding them to your collection. Stay tuned for the 100 best singles of 2010 VERY SOON!

    Cuckoo - Lissie
    Insatiable - Nadine Coyle
    Perfect Day - Susan Boyle
    Pyromania - Cascada
    My First Kiss - 3OH!3 feat. Ke$ha
    California Gurls - Katy Perry
    Get Em Girls - Jessica Mauboy
    Wouldn't Change A Thing - Demi Lovato feat. Stanfour
    Wonder Why - Julian Perretta
    Rude Boy - Rihanna
    Green Light - Roll Deep
    Lying - Amy Meredith
    Intouchable - Sarah Riani
    Ich Bin Solo - Mickie Krause
    Settle Down - Kimbra
    Defender - Gabriella Cilmi
    Who's That Chick? - David Guetta feat. Rihanna
    I Like It - Enrique Iglesias feat. Pitbull
    Here I Am - Jenny Berggren
    There's A Place For Us - Victoria S
    Raise Your Glass - P!nk
    Sexy People - Lolene
    Ego - The Saturdays
    I Need A Dollar - Aloe Blacc
    Seek Bromance - Tim Berg
    Drummer Boy - Debbie Nova
    Commander - Kelly Rowland
    You Lost Me - Christina Aguilera
    Boy Like You - Charlee
    Happyland - Amanda Jensen
    We Dance On - N-Dubz feat. Bodyrox
    Skin I'm In - Luciana
    Whip My Hair - Willow
    Don't Save Me - Marit Larsen
    All Time Low - The Wanted
    Hey Baby (Drop It To The Floor) - Pitbull feat. T-Pain
    You've Changed - Sia
    Choose You - Stan Walker
    Out Of My Hands - Milow & Marit Larsen
    My Love - Sexy Cora
    Heartbeat - Enrique Iglesias feat. Nicole Scherzinger
    It's For You - Naimh Kavanagh
    Angel - Akon
    Obsession - Sky Ferreira
    Hey Hey - Dennis Ferrer
    My Love Is Over - Jean Roch
    10 Minutes - Inna
    Big Jet Plane - Angus & Julia Stone
    Young At Heart - Amy Meredith
    Doctor Doctor - Elin Lanto
    Deja Vu - Inna feat. Bob Taylor
    Do You Remember - Jay Sean feat. Sean Paul & Lil John
    Don't Stop Me Now - Ilan Tenenbaum feat. Shena
    This Is My Life - Edward Maya feat. Vika Jigulina
    Hot - Inna
    Billionaire - Travie McCoy feat. Bruno Mars
    Lonely - Medina
    4th Of July (Fireworks) - Kelis
    Memories - David Guetta feat. Kid Cudi
    This Is Me - Monrose
    My Feelings For You - Avicii and Sebastien Drums
    Mine - Taylor Swift
    Don't Tell Me That It's Over - Amy Macdonald
    Lights Down Low - Kim Wilde
    Stereo Love - Edward Maya feat. Vika Jigulina
    Welcome To Disgraceland - Courtney Act
    Supermagic - Parralox
    Just A Dream - Nelly
    Hearts Beat As One - Rogue Traders
    In My Head - Jason Derulo
    Dirty Picture - Taio Cruz feat. Ke$ha
    One In A Million - Victoria S
    Starry Eyed - Ellie Goulding
    Take Over Control - Afrojack feat. Eva Simons
    Rocket - Goldfrapp
    Alive - Goldfrapp
    Can't Fight This Feeling - Junior Caldera feat. Sophie Ellis-Bextor
    Bumpy Ride - Mohombi
    Amazing - Inna
    You Won't Forget About Me (2010) - Dannii Minogue Vs Flower Power
    Try Sleeping With A Broken Heart - Alicia Keys
    Lovesick - Emily Osment
    Got Dat Work - Memphis Blac & Smokahontas Jones
    A Year Without Rain - Selena Gomez & The Scene

    Alejandro - Lady Gaga
    Just The Way You Are - Bruno Mars
    Nothin' On You - B.o.B. feat. Bruno Mars
    OMG - Usher feat. Will.i.am
    Rich Kids - Washington
    The Flood - Katie Melua
    Not Myself Tonight - Christina Aguilera
    I've Come To Life - Edita Abdieski
    My Baby Left Me - Rox
    Rock That Body - The Black Eyed Peas
    Love The Way You Lie - Eminem feat. Rihanna
    Not Giving Up On Love - Armin Van Buuren Vs Sophie Ellis-Bextor
    Airplanes - B.o.B. feat. Hayley Williams
    Love - Inna
    So Lonely - Chris Sorbello
    Rich (Fake It Til You Make It) - Lolene
    Dynamite - Taio Cruz
    DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love - Usher feat. Pitbull
    Poker Face - Meg Pfieffer
    Alles - Wir Sind Helden
    Hollywood - Marina & The Diamonds
    Yesterday - Toni Braxton
    Tickles - Elin Lanto
    Gravity - Pixie Lott
    Caught Up In Your Vanity - James Leon
    Spin - Cassette Kids
    Put It In A Love Song - Alicia Keys feat. Beyonce
    Yeah 3X - Chris Brown
    Oh Santa! - Mariah Carey
    Te Amo - Rihanna
    Strip Me - Natasha Bedingfield
    Raindrop - Carmen Reece
    Come Home - Christine Anu
    Hello - Carrie Mac
    Wouldnit (I'm A Star) - Ono
    Me Hipnotizas - Anahi
    Even Though - Morcheeba
    Diamonds - Twinz
    We Can Party - Fadde
    Chill In My Vein - Lori Watt
    Storm - Joel Evan
    Turn Up the Radio - Bella Vida
    Money Can't Buy You Class - Countess Luann
    Maniac - Girlicious
    Smack You - Kimberly Cole
    Indispensible - Lucero
    I Don't Care - Barb@zul
    Why Sydney? - Dyan Tai
    Indestructible - Robyn
    Google Me - Kim Zolciak
    Licky - Shontelle
    Underwear - Karamel
    Never Let You Down - Robyn Loau
    Rock It - Little Red
    Ni Tu Ni Nadie (2010) - Fangoria
    Grenade - Bruno Mars
    Four Floors - Sunday Girl
    Sanity - Hannah
    La Ocasión Para Amarnos - Maria Jose
    Unthinkable (I'm Ready) - Alicia Keys
    Sincerely Fearful - Emma Dean
    Mirrors - Natalia Kills
    Pyramid - Charice
    Alarm - Sergey Lazarov
    Beautiful Nightmare - Shontelle
    Echoes - Klaxons
    Jackson's Last Stand - Ou Est Le Swimming Pool
    Every Other Way - Jes
    La La La - Auburn feat. Iyaz
    Wear My Kiss - Sugababes

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Dr. Dre - I Need A Doctor (feat. Eminem, Skylar Grey)


    "I Need a Doctor" is the second single by Dr. Dre from his third and final studio album, Detox, released on February 1, 2011. The song features rapper Eminem and Skylar Grey and all three performed the song at the recent 2011 Grammy Awards on February 13, 2011. It has so far peaked at number four on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Chrisette Michele - I'm a Star

The Cranberries - Zombie


    "Zombie" is a song by Irish rock band The Cranberries from their 1994 album, No Need to Argue. The song is an indirect protest of the troubles in Northern Ireland and in particular the killing of two children in an IRA bombing. This song was a huge success in many countries, including France, Belgium, Austria, Australia and Germany where it topped the charts. It also peaked at number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Cody Simpson - All Day

Wiz Khalifa - On My Level (feat. Too Short)

I Like That - Remixed - Again!

    It seems like a strange thing to say about the biggest crossover club hit of recent years - not to mention one of my favourite songs of all time - but I don't rate any of the "I Like That" remixes. It could be because I'm so attached to the original and find it pointless to fuck with perfection but there's something underwhelming about all of them. With one exception. Luciana's double platinum Australian smash is almost two years old now but the track has only just reached UK clubs, which means a whole new remix package. Predictably, most of them are shit but I'm in love with Adam F's drum and bass mix (below). He transforms "I Like That" into a demented Prodigy-esque floorfiller complete with sirens and a male vocal. It's edgy, brooding and almost scarily intense. Adjectives you can't apply to any of the other mixes. The makeover seems to be working given the song's recent peak at number 2 on the UK club chart. I can't believe the track is still burning up dancefloors around the world and I'm even more shocked that I'm still not over it! Stay tuned for a lot more from Luciana over the next few weeks but for now, fall in love with "I Like That" all over again.

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The Worst Song Of 2011

    I can't believe that cunt from Westlife. Why is he still inflicting his flop solo career on Australia? Surely the mountain of unsold CDs gathering dust in Dulta's S&M dungeon is enough of a hint that nobody gives a shit? Obviously not because the douchebag is back with a new single and it is the most heinous thing to violate my ears thus far in 2011. "Just The Way You Are (Drunk At The Bar)" is every bit as tragic as the title suggests. Brian's love affair with autotune is still going strong - only this time he's thrown in an annoying banjo sample and dedicated the anthem to the charming topic of date rape. I wish I was joking. He kicks things off innocently enough by singing "I like you just the way you are, drunk as shit dancing at the bar" before uttering the creepy line "jump into the back seat of my car, cause I like it and I can't wait to get you home so I can take advantage". Lovely. Perhaps they can give away a free sample of Rohypnol with every copy? I'll need a supply in case this musical abortion takes off. Almost as unappetising as the lyrics is Brian's pathetic attempt at rapping and the fact that this is basically a cheap copy of Enrique's "Tonight (I'm Fuckin' You)". Seriously, how low can this shady Irishman go?Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Usher - Confessions Part II

Keyshia Cole - (I Just Want It) To Be Over

Kylie's Latest Greatest Hits Package

    This is not a joke. Kylie is about to release her 278th greatest hits compilation in Japan. Words can not describe how much I want this. "Kylie Hits" is the hottest mess the diva has put her name to in years. There's the recycled "Aphrodite" photoshoot cover, the cheapest font I've seen since Bec Cartwright's debut album and a mind-boggling tracklist that includes such classics as "The Loco-Motion (Live Version)" and "Get Outta My Way (Yasutaka Nakata Remix)". Amazing. But the real reason to import this gem is the bonus DVD, which contains "The One", "All The Lovers" and my favourite Kylie clip of all time - "All I See". It will be mine!

    Order your copy here and check out the full tracklist below:

    CD

    01. Can't Get You Out Of My Head
    02. All The Lovers
    03. Wow
    04. Spinning Around
    05. On A Night Like This
    06. In Your Eyes
    07. Love At First Sight
    08. Slow
    09. I Believe In You
    10. 2 Hearts
    11. Get Outta My Way
    12. The Loco-Motion (Live version from "Showgirl Homecoming")
    13. I Should Be So Lucky (Live version from "Showgirl Homecoming")
    14. Get Outta My Way (Yasutaka Nakata Remix)

    DVD 

    01. All The Lovers
    02. Get Outta My Way
    03. 2 Hearts
    04. Wow
    05. In My Arms
    06. The One
    07. All I See
    08. I Believe In You
    09. Giving You Up
    10. Slow
    11. Chocolate
    12. Can't Get You Outta My Head
    13. Spinning Around
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Martin Solveig - Hello (feat. Dragonette)


    "Hello" is a song by French electronic music DJ and producer Martin Solveig. The song is Solveig's most successful single, peaking at number one in Austria, Belgium, The Netherlands, and on the U.S. Hot Dance Airplay and Hot Dance Club Songs charts in February 2011. It also reached the Top 10 in many other charts around the world. Recorded at Roland Garros, the music video features two prominent tennis players, Novak Djokovic and Gaël Monfils.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Sean Kingston - There's Nothin (feat. The D.E.Y. and Juelz Santana)

A Cupid Boy Club Release?

    "Cupid Boy" is the best track on "Aphrodite". Hands down. As much as I love the epic gloom of "Closer" and the pure pop perfection of "Get Outta My Way", the Luciana penned/Swedish House Mafia produced belter is the album's only real club anthem. More importantly, it is a floorfiller with enormous crossover potential - exactly the kind of record Kylie needs to shake the Mother's Day artist tag she has been lumped with courtesy of dubious single choices like "Better Than Today". I know she is busy with the tour but a simple club release and live video (perhaps something along the lines of "Cowboy Style") would freshen up the diva's increasingly dowdy image no end and win favour with fans. And initially that was the plan. Parlophone commissioned a couple of "Cupid Boy" remixes and were set to push it to clubs this week but those plans appear to have changed. It's such a waste. Particularly when you hear the remixes. I only have permission to post the Stereogamous dub (below) but it gives you some idea of how epic the vocal version is. The boys completely deconstruct the song but I love the new dark and dirty direction. Fingers crossed Parlophone reconsider their decision and give this a push. If not, there's nothing stopping Warner Australia from giving the track a shove at home. Mushroom used to regularly take a punt on Australian only singles and it's about time Warner prove that they're even aware that Kylie's still on their register. In the digital age, which takes cost out of the equation, what exactly is stopping these labels from giving fans what they want?

    EDIT: There's even a release "Cupid Boy" as a single fan page on Facebook. Like it or else!

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Soraya's Dreamer Video

    My heart bleeds for Madonna and Lady Gaga. Those sad flops might as well throw in towel now because their careers are over. From the first second of "Dreamer" it is blindingly obvious that pop music has a new queen. Dry your eyes, trolls and monsters. We all have fond memories of retro hits like "Hung Up" and "Poker Face" but it's time to embrace the future. And let's face it, who wants to look at a wrinkled old prune when you could be feasting your eyes on the legendary beauty of Soraya Arnelas! The exquisite Spanish diva takes things to the next level on her latest video. She obviously saw Natalie Gauci's version of "Dreamer", pissed herself laughing and thought bitch, please. Her clip oozes style, class and elegance. It also displays Soraya's commitment to the environment by recycling the costumes and concept of Kylie's heinous "Get Outta My Way" video. The gold bodice is there, so is the random stair case and epilepsy inducing lighting. Amazingly, it actually works this time around. My beautiful angel dances up a storm, wears a wig that clearly fell off the head of a homeless drag queen and unleashes some of the most expensive (Spanish) special effects ever captured on film! "Dreamer" is obviously the best video of 2011 and should be another international smash for Soraya. Her time is now!

    I can't embed the video, so click here and be amazed by the Spanish siren's stunning video.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Katy B - Lights On (feat. Ms. Dynamite)


    "Lights On", featuring UK-based rapper Ms. Dynamite, is the second single by British recording artist Katy B from her debut album, On a Mission. It was released as a digital download in the UK on December 19, 2010. The song peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Kanye West - All Of The Lights (feat. Rihanna)


    "All of the Lights" is the fourth single by American hip hop recording artist Kanye West from his fifth studio album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. The song features additional vocals from several other recording artists, including John Legend, The-Dream, Elly Jackson, Alicia Keys, Fergie, Kid Cudi, Elton John, and Rihanna. Since its release on January 18, 2011, the single has reached #55 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and #16 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Belinda Carlisle - Live At Rooty Hill RSL

    So last night I drove to Rooty Hill RSL to catch one of my favourite divas strut her stuff in concert for the first time. I was originally supposed to see the legendary Belinda Carlisle last weekend and was gutted when those plans fell through. You see, I've loved this woman since I was a child. "Heaven Is A Place On Earth" was one of the first singles I ever bought - I still have the battered 7" vinyl somewhere - and 1989's seminal "Runaway Horses" ranks as one of my favourite albums of all time. But as much as I love for her back catalogue, my expectations were pretty low. After all, she's been pretty much hiding under a rock for the past decade and I feared she could be a little rusty. Well, I couldn't have been more wrong. The still gorgeous 52 year old looked and sounded better than ever. She belted out hit after hit to rapturous applause and had the audience hypnotised by her amazing dance moves and stunning command of the tambourine. Put it down to nostalgia if you like but I haven't had that much fun at a gig in a very long time.

    Some of my Belinda collection

    The show opened with a brilliant projection that I would die to get my hands on. Seriously, that shit was hot. It showed clip after clip from the diva's glory years and basically emphasised her chic, high cheeked beauty and the fact that - at least for a while there in the late 80s - she was right up there with Madonna and Janet as one of pop's leading ladies. When Belinda finally hit the stage to sing "Runaway Horses", it blew my mind to think most of that footage was taken a quarter of a century ago. How has she remained so beautiful while Madonna looks like Gollum in drag? But I digress. "Runaway Horses" was followed by "I Get Weak" - easily one of the pop icon's best singles. Bel sounded absolutely amazing and had every geriatric gay and drunken spinster in the room singing along with her. Next up was her number 11 Australian smash "In Too Deep" - she kindly gave Jenny Morris props for doing the song first - before launching into the hugely underrated "California" from her last English language album "A Man And A Woman". The pop legend then went old school with "Mad About You" (why hasn't anyone covered this gem?) and "Circles In The Sand".

    One of the best things about the show was the hit heavy setlist. While some divas of a certain vintage are precious about belting out B-sides from 1993 that only their children and stalkers know, Belinda stuck to songs that actually charted. Which meant basically performing half of her double platinum album "Runaway Horses". She knocked out an exquisite version of "Vision Of You", the gorgeous "La Luna" and her signature tune - in this country - "Summer Rain". I never thought I'd say it but Slinkee Minx could never! From then on the former Go-Go switched gears, focusing on uptempo numbers like 1993's stunning #56 smash "Big Scary Animal", my all time favourite Belinda song "(We Want) The Same Thing" and the seminal 90s classic "Leave A Light On" - before finishing up with her sadly forgotten gay anthem "Live Your Life Be Free". For the encore she dusted off a Go-Go's medley and her biggest hit "Heaven Is A Place On Earth", which really was something akin to a spiritual experience.

    If you missed the Belinda experience, never fear. Apparently she is so overwhelmed by the success of her Australian tour that she's already in talks to return next year. I'm going to every show! While we wait for the diva's return, check out this stunning rendition of "Big Scary Animal" from one of her Melbourne dates. Legend.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Kylie Thrills Me Like She Did Before

    To be completely honest I was growing tired of the "Aphrodite" era. It started brilliantly with "All The Lovers" but "Get Outta My Way" was criminally mistimed, the past couple of videos have been utterly vile and don't even get me started on that shiteous album killer of a single "Better Than Today". But then I got online this morning and started watching clips of the Aphrodite World Tour - which kicked off in Denmark last night - and I'm back. The $25 million dollar stage is truly spectacular, Dolce & Gabbana have outdone themselves with the costumes and I wholeheartedly approve of the setlist. There's a nice mixture of new, old and very old songs, while still keeping the focus on her latest album.

    I'm slightly bitter that "Looking For An Angel" (AKA the Dannii B-side from "Aphrodite") made the cut, while Pascal Gabriel's glorious "Can't Beat The Feeling" was reduced to medley status but the surprise inclusion of my favourite Deconstruction era track "If You Don't Love Me" more than makes up for it. But the absolute highlight (from what I've seen online) has to be "Cupid Boy". I saw Kylie perform the song at GAY in London and it was a not so hot mess but she's finally nailed the vocal. The presentation is also perfection, from the Dangerous Liaisons-esque gown to the semi-naked men hanging from the rafters. Watch in awe below as the slightly more famous Minogue brings Luciana's pop gem to life.

    Oh and I'm told the tour will hit Australia in late July/early August. Just not sure if I can wait that long!

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Radiohead - Lotus Flower


    "Lotus Flower" is the first single by the English alternative rock band Radiohead from their 2011 album, The King of Limbs. Following on their previous album In Rainbows, the song mood is driven by the repetitive drums, beats and bass. Released on February 18, 2011, the music video features lead singer Thom Yorke dancing in a black-and-white footage.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Florence + The Machine - Cosmic Love


    "Cosmic Love" is the sixth single by English indie pop band Florence + The Machine from their debut album, Lungs, released on July 5, 2010 in the UK. The song has been widely praised and peaked at #51 on the UK Singles Chart. It has been features on several television shows including V, Grey's Anatomy, Covert Affairs and many more.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Britney Vs Gaga

    Lady Gaga: You are the joke of [the] music industry and your fans are fucking ridiculous.

    Britney: Silly cunt, you wish your little monsters were like my loyal fans. I have fans [on] every street corner in every country, state and region. My fans range in different races, age and gender. Unlike yours who are just a bunch of 24 year old fat male trannies.


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Britney Spears - Hold It Against Me


    "Hold It Against Me" is the first single by American recording artist Britney Spears from her upcoming seventh studio album, Femme Fatale. The song finally premiered on January 10, 2011 after a demo version was leaked earlier. Spears became the second artist in Billboard's history to debut at number one more than once, behind Mariah Carey. She is also only the third female artist to ever score number one singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in three consecutive decades.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Medina - You And I


    "You and I" is the debut single by Danish electropop singer Medina from her international studio album, Welcome to Medina, released on September 21, 2009 in UK. The song is an English version of the Danish song, "Kun for mig", which spent six weeks at number one in Denmark. It peaked at #39 on the UK Singles Chart and at #6 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Airplay chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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I Will Hold This Against Britney

    It's no secret that Britney makes me gag but I still give credit where credit's due. I can listen to two songs on "Circus" - "Unusual You" and "Kill The Lights" - without wanting to stab myself in the ear and I can even admit that she usually gives good video. From "Toxic" to "Womanizer", the person who makes Britney's decisions for her has done a great job of picking clever concepts and good directors. Unfortunately, they must have had the day off when Jonas Åkerlund pitched this. It was always going to be hard to come up with an interesting treatment for something as bland and generic as "Hold It Against Me" but surely there were better options. The extent of the clip's pointlessness becomes blindingly clear when you compare it to videos for other recent lead singles. Lady Gaga went down the dark and menacing route for "Bad Romance". Beyoncé kept it clean and simple on "Single Ladies". "All The Lovers" indulged Kylie's whimsical side and balloon fetish. Rihanna sat in a field and did her best to look feminine in "Only Girl (In The World)". All took a different approach but what they have in common is brilliant execution and a dollop of originality. Meanwhile Britney recycles Christina's "Fighter" video, while looking like Loretta Lynn trapped inside the first edition of Mortal Kombat. What the fuck?

    I don't even know where to start with this trainwreck. You have a song Max Martin found at the bottom of his reject drawer after inadvertently giving all the good stuff to P!nk and Katy Perry. It's not great but it tackles a universal theme we can all identify with - wanting someone to rub their cock against you on the dancefloor. I'm not judging. We've all been there! So why not put Britney in a sexy dress, throw in some choreography that she can actually do and keep all the bells and whistles for her second single? Instead the clip begins with a meteor racing towards earth. Sure, whatever. Then Britney stands around looking like trash in unflattering cut off jeans, while her male dancers get dressed. Uh huh. But things spiral out of control the moment the former superstar starts spraying herself with Radiance. I'm all for product placement but that is beyond tacky. And unfortunately, it's all downhill from there.

    We're treated to the diva ripping off Kylie's giant dress routine from the Fever tour - only instead of making her look pretty, the result is Loretta Lynn meets Madonna circa "Like A Virgin" on acid. And what's with that stupid tower of video screens? It looks cheap and whatever comment they were hoping to make about Britney's legacy completely passed me by. She then logs onto the "Plenty Of Fish" website. Which sounds familiar, probably because Jonas already used that idea in "Telephone". Whoops. At least he's only ripping off himself - unlike Melina. At approximately 1:40 the dancing begins. I've been looking forward to the choreography ever since Brian Friedman started blabbing about taking things to the next level. The end product, however, is more than a little embarrassing. All the difficult moves are done in long shot - quite obviously by Brit's dance double - and the close ups are not pretty. Have I missed something? Is she unwell again? I can't even be bothered writing about the rest of this shambolic mess. In a nutshell, Britney starts spraying paint like a sprinkler and fights herself using some of the most pitiful special effects ever captured on film. It doesn't help that one of her body doubles is clearly a man.

    In conclusion, "Hold It Against Me" belongs in the worst video hall of shame next to "Get 'Em Girls" and "Feedback".

    1/10

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Arcade Fire - The Suburbs

Shayne Ward - Gotta Be Somebody

Paris Hilton - Tribute To A Pop Goddess

    30 years ago - on the 17th of February 1981 - a precious angel was sent down from heaven to brighten the world with her wit, intellect and stunning vocal talent. Of course, I'm talking about Paris Hilton - a true renaissance woman who will be looked back on in 100 years as perhaps the defining figure of the early 21st century. Without her pioneering research into being famous for nothing there would be no Kim Kardashian or Heidi Montag. Without her riveting screen presence reality TV would be an extinct genre. Without her iconic sex tape people would never consider being fucked on camera a good career move. I could go on forever. There are millions of reasons to celebrate the existence of Paris Hilton but none more important than her era defining contribution to popular music. As far as I'm concerned her 2006 masterpiece "Paris" is one the best albums of the last decade. It slots in next to "State Of Mind" and "Neon Nights" as a near perfect collection of bright and shiny pop tunes. So in celebration of Paris' criminally underrated music career, here is a retrospective on one of the greatest albums ever recorded.

    The amazing thing about "Paris" - besides the fact it's not completely shit - is how far ahead of its time it was. The album still holds up brilliantly five years later. Paris was rocking the urban dance sound when Rihanna was still trying and failing to bring island beats to the masses, while the line of producers would make any A List diva green with envy. Seriously, there's Fernando Garibay (the man behind Lady Gaga's "Born This Way") and Dr Luke (who co-produced Britney, P!nk and Avril Lavigne's latest singles) as well as JR Rotem and Scott Storch. Not that a cast of super producers automatically guarantees a great record. Just listen to Madonna's "Hard Candy" for proof. Paris selected 11 tracks that showcase her powerhouse vocals and mean something to her. She sings about being hot, having hot sex and looking hot at the club. Needless to say, it's completely amazing and should be protected for future generations by UNESCO.

    "Turn It Up" opens the album in breathtaking style. A saucy club banger that topped the US dance chart, the track is a toothpick perfect Scott Storch production that effortlessly positions Paris as the thinking man's (mid-tempo) dance diva. I love the heavy beats but the Oakenfold and Rauhofer remixes really bring the song to life and probably should have been pushed to radio in Australia and Europe. Next up is the songbird's urban groove "Fightin' Over Me". This hip hop adventure should be completely ridiculous but Paris makes Nicky Minaj look like Taylor Swift with her street cred and fierce attitude. Another unlikely triumph is her worldwide top 10 smash "Stars Are Blind". I don't think anyone was expecting the heiress to experiment with reggae on her debut single but she did and it worked. It's sad how far Fernando Garibay has fallen since producing this gem.


    JR Rotem - mentor of Jason DeRulo and my girl Auburn - contributes "I Want You", one of the album's cutest pop songs. I love the "Grease" sample and firmly believe this would have been a huge hit if anyone else released it. The same goes for her amazing dig at Nicole Ritchie. "Jealousy" has a raw honesty that never fails to move me. Poor, misunderstood Paris sings "I was always happy when I was watching you become a star but you were only happy when the world was openin' up my scars". Heartbreaking and extremely fucking catchy! The pop pioneer's dark mood continues on "Heartbeat", which samples Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time". Storch is often dismissed as a bit of a pretender but his production on this is beautiful, making Paris sound like angel. Particularly when she coos the iconic lyric "my heart beats like a drum when I hear you cum".

    My favourite song on the album and one of the best songs of the noughties is"Nothing In This World". Dr Luke creates the perfect pure pop palette for the diva's heavenly vocals - which are lifted to untold heights with a little help from Ke$ha. Before she revolutionised popular music with her own tunes, K Dollar was a struggling session singer who somehow landed a gig singing back up on this track. You can actually hear her on the chorus if you listen closely! That song was always going to be a hard act to follow but "Screwed" is pretty amazing in its own right. A single in Japan, this Greg Wells produced track was the subject of a legal battle between Paris and Haylie Duff. For that reason alone this song belongs in a museum of modern history. "Not Leaving Without You" is probably the album's weakest track but it is forgotten the moment "Turn You On" begins. This is probably my second favourite song on the album. Paris purrs amazing lyrics like "girls and boys are lookin' at me, I can't blame them 'cause I'm sexy" over chunky dance beats. Yours faves could never! A less than inspiring cover of Rod Stewart's "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy" closes the album but it's so tongue in cheek and ridiculous that I just can't bring myself to hate it - which pretty much sums up my attitude to the woman herself.

    9/10

    Happy birthday, Paris. Have a line or two for me!

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Trey Songz - Love Faces

Mariah Carey - Always Be My Baby

Sia Talks Beyoncé

    My love for Sia has reached previously unimagined heights after reading her latest interview with MTV Australia. The quirky diva is the realest girl in pop since Mutya Buena left the Sugababes to get butt implants. She talks openly about being sick of the spotlight, wanting to concentrate on songwriting instead of singing and, most importantly, spills the beans on her love for Beyoncé - describing her as "my queen". Amen! Sia then goes on to say she has submitted songs for Honey B's new album and reveals that the most eagerly anticipated album of all time is almost finished. I can hardly breathe!

    So here are the most interesting parts of the interview and my interpretation of the ARIA winner's comments:

    1. Sia worships Beyoncé and is friends with my Sol-Angel

    [Bey] is my Queen, I love her so much! It’s kind of weird because I’m friends with her sister, Solange, but I’m not really an opportunist person, so I’ve never mentioned it to her. So I’ve been trying to work out how I could pitch songs to her or how I could write with her, but without ever utilizing my friendship with Solange.

    I'm so excited that Adelaide's gift to the world has opened her heart to Beyjesus. It's a bit strange because I've always imagined Sia moping around the house in an unwashed nightie listening to Joni Mitchell instead of throwing it down to "Ring The Alarm" but Bey works in mysterious ways. And I love that she is BFFs with Solange. Actually, now that I think about it, "I Decided" and "Sandcastle Disco" wouldn't sound out of place on "We Are Born". Perhaps my Sol-Angel has been inspiring Sia from the sidelines. Hopefully Tina will drop by the next time the girls are hanging out and give Sia a free coupon for the House of Dereon. Untold glamour awaits!

    2. Sia confirms that Bey is working with Diplo

    Diplo emailed me and said, 'where are you in the world right now would you be interested in flying to New York, I’m writing with Beyoncé,' and I was like, ‘Yesss!’ But I couldn’t do it because I had to do the Big Day Out, but now it’s kind of happening, and I’m actually pitching songs to her.

    This is amazing on so many levels. Firstly because it proves that the biggest star in the world is brave enough to mix it up by trying new producers while the likes of Britney, Lady Gaga and Rihanna continue to use the same three names year in, year out. It also hints at a more electronic/dance sound given Diplo's previous work with Robyn. Furthermore, Sia said Diplo was writing with Beyoncé - meaning we get more of the genius songwriting ability that changed "Hey" to "Bey" in "Resentment". I'm shaking with anticipation! And it's so fabulous that Beyjesus is taking Sia's submissions seriously. I thought "Bionic" had killed Sia's chances of becoming a songwriter to the stars but her contributions to that album were flawless and I'm glad she has a second chance. I know Jive rejected a batch of her songs for "Femme Fatale" but Sia's music requires vocal talent and a little bit of soul - so they were never going to be the right fit for Britney.

    3. Beyoncé's 4th album is almost finished!

    There’s only one song left for this album, so I probably won’t get on this album, but hopefully the next one. That’s my dream, that’s my goal.

    HOLY FUCK. I suspected that Bey was gearing up to show the pretenders how it's done when I heard she was headlining Glastonbury in June but we could be getting new material as early as March or April if the album is already in the can. To be honest, I wish she would hold off until late 2011 because the market is flooded but after "Loud", "Born This Way" and "Femme Fatale" punters will be crying out for quality so she could be on to something.

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    While we wait for Beyoncé to revolutionise popular music yet again - check out this forgotten classic from "B'Day".

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Kylie Minogue - Get Outta My Way


    "Get Outta My Way" is the second single by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue from her eleventh studio album, Aphrodite, released on 27 September 2010. The song peaked at number twelve on the UK Singles Chart. It also became her fifth number one single on U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Born This Way - The Verdict

    A lot of people have been asking what I think of "Born This Way" and, to be honest, at first I wasn't 100 percent sure. I freely admit to suffering from a bad case of Gaga fatigue and didn't want to write the song off prematurely - only to sing its praises in a couple of weeks. But the lead single from the fame monster's third album has finally started to sink in and I kind of wish it hadn't. As much as I enjoy taking the piss out of her and wish she would go into hibernation for a couple of years, it's impossible to deny Lady Gaga's talent. Her first two albums will be looked back on as milestones in popular music and you only have to turn on MTV to see the extent of her influence on other artists. Along with Justin Bieber, she is the closest thing we have to a phenomenon and - for that reason alone - I want her to keep delivering the goods. But "Born This Way" just doesn't cut it and not for the reasons I keep reading on other blogs. Here are my two cents on Lady Gaga's first real misfire.

    The Good

    I'm not sure if this really belongs in the 'good' category but I really don't give a fuck about the Madonna comparisons. Her trolls will swear black and blue that Madge did everything first - from discovering fire to inventing the wheel - so please take the plagiarism accusations with a grain of salt. It's also particularly ironic that "Born This Way" is being compared to "Express Yourself" because, as other pre-historic gays might remember, that song was accused of ripping of Sly & The Family Stone's entire back catalogue when it was released in 1989. My point is that no one has done anything remotely original since the 80s - besides Ke$ha and Bey. Seriously, half the time I can't tell the difference between Jay Sean, Taio Cruz and Jason DeRulo when they come on the radio and I consider myself a fan of at least two thirds of that trio. Gaga has obviously drawn on 80s pop music for inspiration and probably fell asleep with "The Immaculate Collection" on repeat. So what. At least she didn't steal the song outright, which is more than Madonna can say about "Ray Of Light". The funniest thing about the whole plagiarism scandal is Ryan Tedder coming out from under his rock to put Gaga on blast. Bitch, please. Go and listen to "Halo" and "Already Gone" back to back and write a letter of apology!

    Apart from being amused by all the finger pointing by deluded stans, I love that a song by a manufactured pop star (which, like it or not, is exactly what she is) has the power to captivate and polarise music fans to such a extent. I haven't seen this kind of mayhem since the glory days of the Spice Girls. Everyone has an opinion on "Born This Way" and they are not afraid to share it. Happily, the huge interest surrounding the song is actually translating into sales. Despite all the criticism and almost fanatical hate, "Born This Way" is already the fastest selling song of all time on iTunes and has demolished all radio airplay records in the US. The much touted diva battle between Lady Gaga and Britney Spears was settled in a first round KO. If there was any doubt who reigns supreme on the American dance-pop scene, the debate is now over. That doesn't make "Express Yourself 2" (sorry, couldn't help myself) a great record - it just makes it relevant and genuinely popular.

    Last but definitely not least, millions of children around the world will be walking around the playground singing "don't be a drag, just be a queen" and asking their parents what a "transgendered life" means. That alone is almost - but sadly not quite - enough to make me love this hot mess.

    The Bad

    Now for the bad. Firstly, I just don't think "Born This Way" works. The dubious lyrics (which I'll get to in a moment) are clunky, the chorus lacks bite and Fernando Garibay's 80s inspired production sounds like it was lifted from Kelly Llorenna's genre defining debut/greatest hits album. How can you go from the pure pop explosion of "Just Dance" or the spine tingling menace of "Bad Romance" to a song that Dana International would turn down for being too dated and cheap? I'm excited that Gaga has mixed things up and explored a new sound but you can't claim to be music's greatest songwriter and leading pioneer and then regurgitate all that went before you without turning it into something new or at least giving it your own spin. To my ears "Born This Way" is the result of Lady Gaga either smoking way too much crack or being surrounded by too many yes men who tell her she's creating art every time she farts. Her monsters clearly don't care - given the sky high sales figures - but I have a bad feeling this could be the beginning of a major backlash if the rest of the album isn't significantly better.

    Now for the dealbreaker. As a card carrying gay man, I find "Born This Way" borderline offensive. Lady Gaga wants us to know she has our back. That it's ok to be a big old poof. That we're all fabulous. I want her to know that I couldn't give a fuck about her condescending acceptance of my lifestyle. I just need Julia Gillard to sign a piece of legislation and I'm good. When will straight people stop equating gays with landmine victims and Kurdish refugees? I'm not anybody's cause. I could take this kind of pep talk from Rufus Wainwright or K.D. Lang but Lady Gaga should be writing songs that cheer up 24 year olds who look 47 instead of fighting my battles for me. That might sound ungrateful but there is nothing about this song that makes me feel better about myself. Ke$ha and Katy Perry recently tackled similar themes on "We R Who We R" and "Firework" but made their songs inclusive so everyone - regardless of age, sexuality or appearance - can identify without feeling like an outcast or charity case. That is the magic of those tracks and the reason why they will live on as real gay anthems. There is nothing uplifting about "Born This Way". Sure, it might be camp as Kylie's dildo but much like that piece of plastic - it leaves a bad taste in your mouth.

    The Verdict

    Lady Gaga's supposed gay anthem makes me want to delete all the gay porn from my computer, enter into a sham marriage and dedicate the rest of my life to finding a cure for homosexuality.

    3/10

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Keyshia Cole - You Complete Me


    "You Complete Me" is the second single by American singer-songwriter Keyshia Cole from her third studio album, A Different Me, released on January 20, 2009. The song peaked at number seven on the U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. It also reached #62 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. The song was her tenth consecutive top ten hit on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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2011 Grammy Round Up

    Apart from Bey outshining Lady Gaga and Usher with her stunning natural beauty and transcendent star quality in the era defining picture above, the Grammys were a bit of bust this year. At least as far as the winners were concerned. Honey B was robbed of Grammy glory for "Halo (Live)" and Lady Gaga or Katy Perry should have snatched album of the year. At least most of the performances were good. There was an interesting mix of acts from the legendary Barbra Streisand - bow down, bitches! - to street scum like Rihanna. Everyone with an internet connection has already thrown in their two cents, so I'll keep this short and sweet.

    Here are my 10 favourite things about the 2011 Grammy Awards:

    10. Beyoncé deigning to bless the event with her heavenly presence.

    9. The fact that Ciara somehow managed to buy an invite on eBay.

    8. Justin Bieber's face when Esperanza Spalding won 'Best New Artist'.

    7. The shocking realisation that Bruno Mars is kind of hot. From a distance.

    6. Barbra Streisand proving that real talent is - indeed - evergreen.

    5. Watching Ri-cycle make a complete idiot of herself by turning in the night's worst performance. Poor Drake.

    4. Christina Aguilera snatching wigs left, right and centre.

    3. The hot mess that was Katy Perry's rendition of "Not Like The Movies" - complete with sequined swing, billowing curtain and her wedding video. So tacky, self-indulgent and hideously wrong... but I loved every second of it!

    2. Janelle Monae's hair.

    1. Knowing that Ke$ha was probably asleep in the gutter somewhere holding a packet of Winnie Blues in one hand and a bottle of Jack in the other while all this was taking place. Next year, my precious, next year.

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Tinie Tempah - Invincible (feat. Kelly Rowland)


    "Invincible" is the fourth single by British rapper Tinie Tempah from his debut album, Disc-Overy. The song features guest vocals from American recording artist Kelly Rowland and was released on December 26, 2010. The song was conceived by Tempah as a tribute to the music which Rowland used to release when she was part of Destiny's Child. It has so far peaked at number four and eleven on the UK R&B and UK Singles Chart respectively.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Maroon 5 - Never Gonna Leave This Bed


    "Never Gonna Leave This Bed" is the third single by American band Maroon 5 from their third studio album, Hands All Over, released on September 21, 2010. The band perfomed the song on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on January 17, 2011. It debuted at #35 on the U.S. Billboard's Hot Adult Pop Songs.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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    "Sale el Sol" (English: "The Sun Comes Out") is the second single by Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira from her third bilingual album, Sale el Sol. She premiered the song live during the Rock In Rio Madrid on June 24, 2010. The song was officially released on January 4, 2011 and has so far peaked at number five on the U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Songs chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Proof That Kylie Does Everything First

    Lady Gaga is so fucking shameless. First she steals Madonna's career and now blatantly rips off Kylie's stunning "2 Hearts" artwork (below) on the cover of her latest single. The likeness is hard to deny. Both covers share a similar composition, Gaga's eye make-up is almost identical to Dannii's ancient sister's and the cheeky bitch even swiped my homegirl's font. Is nothing sacred? We all know that swagga jackin' is rife in pop music but Lady Gaga holds herself out as a cutting edge innovator, who is in total control of her career and image. Recycling a well known single cover from 2007 just isn't good enough. Having said all that, it is a compliment of sorts - acknowledging that Kylie was, as usual, ahead of her time. I actually think the entire "X" era is incredibly misunderstood, from the styling to the music. But more about that another time. For now let's concentrate on the diva's new status as Lady Gaga's muse and congratulate her on scoring the 34th UK top ten hit of her career this week with "Higher". Kylie wasn't blessed with Dannii's breathtaking vocal talent or raw beauty but she's done alright.

    Kylie's Top 10 Hits

    1987 - I Should Be So Lucky
    1988 - Got To Be Certain
    1988 - The Loco-Motion
    1988 - Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi
    1988 - Especially For You
    1989 - Hand on Your Heart
    1989 - Wouldn't Change a Thing
    1989 - Never Too Late
    1990 - Tears On My Pillow
    1990 - Better The Devil You Know
    1990 - Step Back in Time
    1991 - What Do I Have to Do?
    1991 - Shocked
    1991 - If You Were with Me Now
    1991 - Give Me Just a Little More Time
    1994 - Confide In Me
    2000 - Spinning Around
    2000 - On a Night Like This
    2000 - Please Stay
    2000 - Kids
    2001 - Can't Get You Out of My Head
    2002 - In Your Eyes
    2002 - Love at First Sight
    2002 - Come into My World
    2003 - Slow
    2004 - Red Blooded Woman
    2004 - Chocolate
    2004 - I Believe In You
    2005 - Giving You Up
    2007 - 2 Hearts
    2008 - Wow
    2008 - In My Arms
    2010 - All The Lovers
    2011 - Higher

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The Game - Game's Pain (feat. Keyshia Cole)


    "Game's Pain" is the lead single by American rapper The Game from his third studio album, LAX. Released in April 2008, the song features Keyshia Cole. The song makes references to most of the prominent rappers including The Notorious B.I.G., Will Smith, DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, among others. It peaked at number nine on the U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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Monrose - Like a Lady


    "Like a Lady" is the lead single by all-female German trio, Monrose from their fourth studio album, Ladylike, released in May 2010. It was the band's ninth single overall and the song premiered on TV during the final episode of Germany's Next Topmodel, Cycle 5 on June 10, 2010. It peaked at number nine on the German Singles Chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/02/
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    Genres : Drama, Romance
    Release Date : 17 July 1981
    Cast : Brooke Shields, Martin Hewitt, Shirley Knight, Don Murray, Richard Kiley, Beatrice Straight, James Spader, Ian Ziering, Robert Moore, Penelope Milford, Jan Miner, Jeff Marcus, Vida Wright, Leon B. Stevens, Salem Ludwig

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Accidents Happen + 10 Reasons Why Zoë Badwi Is Better Than Your Faves

    Six months ago - has it really been that long? - Zoë Badwi unleashed "Freefallin'" on unsuspecting homosexuals across Australia and landed herself one of the biggest homegrown pop hits of the year. The song reached the top 10, went platinum and was picked up by Altantic Records in America. Which means there's a lot riding on the follow up. Lesser divas would have buckled under the pressure but Zoë delivers another knock out punch with "Accidents Happen". I admit it took me a couple of listens to get into but now the damn thing is stuck in my head and I'm getting RSI from repeatedly pressing replay on my iPod. The track, another collaboration with TV Rock, sounds like something Reina released in 1998 - which is possibly the highest compliment I have ever paid on this blog! "Accidents Happen" is cute, fun and should hopefully follow (the slightly superior) "Freefallin'" to the top of the charts. And if you still have doubts about this sublime songbird - sit down, read the following list and get correct!

    10 Reasons Why Zoë Slays Your Faves:

    1. Zoë was a founding member of iconic Australian girlband
    Sirens.

    2. As such she
    bum-danced with Sara Marie on the trashiest novelty hit of the noughties. Respect.

    3. One of my first music related jobs involved putting together a digital promo of her top 10 club smash
    "In The Moment".

    4. Which - kind of - makes her my homegirl.

    5. She tweets about Red Rooster's cheesy nuggets ie. the best fast food EVER!

    6. I still hear "Release Me" every time I hit Oxford Street.

    7. Her platinum selling mega-hit "Freefallin'" saved Amy Pearson (who co-wrote it) from a life of poverty and/or crime.

    8. That song was 2010's ultimate 'pick yourself up, dust yourself off' anthem.

    9. I suspect "Accidents Happen" is really about unreliable birth control.

    10. Zoë teams a fluffy pink baby doll blouse with leather hotpants in the video - without looking like a cross between Baby Jane and a lesbian trucker.

    Watch in awe as Australia's new queen of dance (sorry, Suzy Ray!) shows the other bitches how it's done.

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